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Brita MAXTRA+ Water Filter Cartridges (3 Pack) £10.50 @ Asda
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Brita MAXTRA+ Water Filter Cartridges (3 Pack) £10.50 @ Asda

£10.50£1634%Asda Deals
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Posted 10th Jun
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(Min basket £40 + up to £4 delivery)

Nice low price here for the cartridges, if you missed the Amazon deal a few days back at similar price this should be of use to you. Currently retailing at £16 at the other places.

Description
  • Featuring Micro Carbon Pearls which reduce chlorine and impurities for improved taste and appearance of food and drinks
  • MAXTRA+ contains Ion Exchange Pearls which permanently absorb lead and copper and reduce limescale, for appliance protection
  • BRITA MAXTRA+ filters tap water for fresh, great tasting drinking water, without the waste of bottled water for just a few pence per litre, an economical alternative to carrying heavy plastic bottles
  • Recommended by the UK Tea Academy and by consumers - 96% agree tea is more brilliant with MAXTRA+ filtered water
  • Items delivered: 3 x MAXTRA+ filter cartridge, 30 day money back guarantee, BPA-free water filter lasts approximately 4 weeks and is recyclable

Hope it helps someone.
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not sure why getting cold votes, I think great deal, normally round 6 quid each arent they??? I vote hot
rodney_jxl10/06/2020 16:15

not sure why getting cold votes, I think great deal, normally round 6 quid …not sure why getting cold votes, I think great deal, normally round 6 quid each arent they??? I vote hot


I haven't got a clue either mate - it was posted from Amazon just a few days back and went to 2k ! This is a very good price AFAIK for the 3 pack.
rodney_jxl10/06/2020 16:15

not sure why getting cold votes, I think great deal, normally round 6 quid …not sure why getting cold votes, I think great deal, normally round 6 quid each arent they??? I vote hot


No one pays £6 for these filters...
I think it's not getting that many hot votes, as they're a bit like Muller lights, noone ever pays full price, so for it to be a deal, it's got to be better than a normal deal, if that make sense

i've voted hot, as although it's not as good a deal as 6 for £20 which it was at Amazon last week, when i got some, I don't have a time machine, and this is prob best deal at the moment.
Edited by: "admars" 10th Jun
Same price in Tesco
admars10/06/2020 16:40

I think it's not getting that many hot votes, as they're a bit like Muller …I think it's not getting that many hot votes, as they're a bit like Muller lights, noone ever pays full price, so for it to be a deal, it's got to be better than a normal deal, if that make sense i've voted hot, as although it's not as good a deal as 6 for £20 which it was at Amazon last week, when i got some, I don't have a time machine, and this is prob best deal at the moment.


6 for £20 at John Lewis I think atm but I would rather buy 3 at a time rather than 6 idk y tho
Asda is back on here?
16.99 quid for 6 in amazon but seller has mixed reviews
Bought for this price at Tesco a few days ago.
Any idea how long this is on for in asda? I want to place a order but for the 25th
Anyone ever tested if these last longer than the recommendation based on meter reading on top ?
I was thinking it will calculate based on every new refill once it senses water but if you don’t fill it full every time it will miscalculate.

I sometimes fill just for a glass of water as no time to wait but I think it will measure that as a full fill so I think you have some life left in filter if you don’t fill to top every time ?
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